Jimmy Eat World is an American rock band formed in Mesa, Arizona in 1993. The band is composed of lead guitarist/lead vocalist Jim Adkins, drummer Zach Lind, rhythm guitarist/vocalist Tom Linton, and bassist Rick Burch. As of October 2016, Jimmy Eat World has released nine studio albums, the last eight featuring the current lineup. The four-piece's commercial breakthrough came with the successful release of several singles from the album Bleed American (2001).
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Clarity Studio album by Jimmy Eat World Released February 23, 1999 . The album was recorded in late 1998, to early 1999 at Sound City and Clear Lake Audio, both in North Hollywood, tracks were mixed at One on One in LosAngeles, Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood. The album Clarity marks the start of Jim Adkins - as opposed to Tom Linton providing lead vocals, with the exception of the song " Blister," Tom from this point only provides backing vocals on various tracks. The song " Goodbye Sky Harbor " is written based on the John Irving novel, APrayerforOwenMeany.
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Jimmy Eat World Lyrics. I'll take your words as if you were talking to me. Say what I know you'll say and say it through your teeth. With pride keep every failure in. And with pride hold on to the sinking. Now in the deep and down your heart moves. Clarity" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
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chrissypiper Archived 2009-02-28 at the Wayback Machine Chrissy Piper, Clarity photographer, February 2009. Ambrose, Anthony 2009-03-24 "inTuneMusic Online: Jimmy Eat World Clarity Tour" Archived from the original on 2012-06-05 Retrieved 2009-03-24. Staff 10 November 2008 "Jimmy Eat World announce 'Clarity' tour The 10 shows will see band play 1999 album in its entirety" NME Retrieved 11 November 2008.